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HC for day-to-day hearing in multiple allotment case

October 11, 2018 05:46 AM

COURTESY THE TRIBUNE OCT 11

HC for day-to-day hearing in multiple allotment case
Chandigarh, October 10

The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday made clear its intent to hear the multiple plot allotment case on a day-to-day basis. As the case came up for resumed hearing, Justice Daya Chaudhary expressed her inclination to carry on with the day-to-day process from October 16, next date of hearing.

The developments took place after the Bench was told that the HUDA Chief Administrator could not make it to the court for the hearing. Petitioners’ counsel Harmanjit Singh Sethi told the Bench that he was ready with the arguments and could address the Bench as and when asked to.

The HC had asked the counsel for the petitioners to present before it a consolidated report of all names surfacing in the multiple allotments case. The directions came more than two years after alleged discrimination in initiation of action by HUDA in the case was brought to the HC’s notice.
Justice Chaudhary, on a previous date of hearing, had ordered the registration of FIRs against “all persons” facing allegation of double allotment. Justice Chaudhary had directed the registration of FIRs in cases where allotments were made contrary to the policy. An accused in the case had, in July 2015, placed a substantial number of VIPs in the dock in the case. Building up a case of discrimination against HUDA, he had come out with about 25 additional names of politicians and bureaucrats. The list was provided by applicant Raghbir Singh through counsel Sethi. The Bench had made it clear that anyone having information on double allotment, including plots and flats, could provide it to Sethi— TNS

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